Posts Tagged ‘Bill Camp’

Gold – Official Trailer 1 – Matthew McConaughey

Gold! No, not another Spandau Ballet movie, but one starring Matthew McConaughey (Kubo And The Two Strings), where an unlikely pair venture to the Indonesian jungle in search of the stuff that glitters… with a golden colour. This rather daft-looking comedy is directed by Stephen Gaghan and written by Patrick Massett and John Zinman, and […]

Midnight Special on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Midnight Special is one of those films that didn’t grab me from the trailer but then I read only good word about it. The brief premise is that a young boy called Alton (Jaeden Lieberher) has been staying with am evangelical cult led by Calvin Meyer (Sam Shepard), and now he’s been kidnapped/rescued (depending on […]

Loving – Official Trailer #1 – Joel Edgerton

Loving centres around the titular-surnamed interracial couple, Richard Loving (Joel Edgerton – Black Mass) and his wife, Mildred (Ruth Negga – Warcraft), who are are sentenced to prison in Virginia in 1958, simply for getting married. Written and directed by Jeff Nichols (Midnight Special), the film also stars Marton Csokas, Nick Kroll, Bill Camp, Alano […]

Jason Bourne – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Jason Bourne is Matt Damon‘s titular hero who gave us ‘Die Hard in a Forgetful Man’s Head‘ in Robert Ludlum‘s Bourne Trilogy, beginning with Doug Liman‘s superb 2002 opener, The Bourne Identity which, even before I saw it, I had a vision in my head as to how it started based on what I’d heard… […]

Jason Bourne – Official Trailer #1 – Matt Damon

Jason Bourne – yes, Matt Damon‘s portrayal of America’s worst-kept secret is back again for a fourth time in five films. I loved the first movie, The Bourne Identity, directed by Doug Liman, but then felt that Paul Greengrass made such a bog-standard pedestrian hash of The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum. Tony Gilroy’s […]

Love and Mercy on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Love and Mercy has a situation I don’t ever remember coming across before – a biopic with two actors playing the same person across a period of time. Before watching this, I thought it would be far easier to get to grips with Paul Dano as the younger Brian Wilson (below), rather than John Cusack […]

Black Mass – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Black Mass is a film I was expecting to like a lot more than I did. It’s still good, and it’s worth a watch, but by all accounts I was expecting this to be brilliant. And it isn’t. The best thing about this true story is, undoubtedly, Johnny Depp as James ‘Whitey’ Bulger, whose tale […]

Compliance – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Compliance is one of the most compelling and intense films I’ve seen in a long time and takes place at a fast food joint which, to me, feels like the equivalent of a shitty Little Chef I used to work at. At the same time as having Quality Control coming to visit on a busy […]

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